Italian King’s Remains Returned to Italy, but not Without Controversy

King Victor Emmanuel III was praised for his rule during WWI, but drew criticism for allowing the rise of fascism.

The following article, written by Giovanni Legorano, appears on The Wall Street Journal. 

The remains of Italy’s exiled King Victor Emmanuel III, praised by some for his rule during World War I but criticized for permitting the rise of fascism in the years leading up to the second world war, were returned from Egypt for burial in his homeland.

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